Revolutions in Modern Light Microscopy

Abstract

Microscopy and imaging provide some of the most visually exciting and scientifically informative data available to the biosciences. Many revolutions have happened in light microscopy - from the development of fluorescent imaging to current advances in using artificial intelligence to produce super-resolved images. But there are still many challenges that must be solved by the combination of clever biology, clever physics and clever computing.

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Bearsden, UK
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Chas Nelson
EPSRC Doctoral Prize Research Fellow

An interdisciplinary scientist with a background in quantitative microscopy and bioimage analysis.